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Revo HA – High Access

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Process quality

The Revo HA is the first ever swivelling transducerized tool in this segment. It uses traceability, angle control and monitoring to
assure perfect joint quality.

Highest accessibility

With usability in focus, the Revo HA is designed with a slim gearbox and compact reationbars with relatively low weight.

Safe and ergonomic

Two-handed start trigger makes it safer to operate. With the tool weight balanced out in two hands operator fatigue is reduced. The controller case enables easy transport between stations and tasks.

Revo HA - High Access

When choosing assembly tools for high torque joints, the challenge is often to combine high quality tightening with acceptable ergonomics and usability. Some tools provide higher quality but can be large and heavy. Other tools are lighter, but may not live up to quality and durability requirements. Tensor Revo has it all and it’s extremely fast with the unique, patented T-design and packed with smart features, it is a truly revolution in high torque tightening.

Related Documents & Files

  • Revo HA – High Access Leaflet_tcm1695-3595149.pdf 1.3 MB, PDF
  • 9833203001 Bolt tightening solutions catalogue.pdf 13.2 MB, PDF
  • 9833203101 Bolt tightening solutions binder.pdf 9.5 MB, PDF

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At Atlas Copco Industrial Technique we create value for our customers with world-class innovative technologies and solutions for manufacturing. Products built to last, long-term thinking, ergonomics and quality – a responsible company working for a sustainable future.

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